Dec 21, 2016 09:23 AM EST
Nokia C1: Images And Specs Leak Ahead Of Launch; Hints At Dual Rear Cameras, 4GB RAM [Video]
It should be obvious by now that Nokia is staging a comeback to the smartphone business albeit not actually the one making the come backing phones carrying its illustrious name, but designing them. Recently, leaks of it two upcoming models hit the web dissolving a bit of the mystery surrounding the Nokia flagships.
However, we set our focus on one of Nokia's offering, for now, to give it a more in-depth look from what we have gathered about the unit thus far. For now, we set our eyes on the coming Nokia C1, which fresh renders and specs have been leaked by Chinese blog Weibo.
Nokia C1 specs and camera
The Nokia C1 appears to be a big screen device that features an almost bezel-less front with a dual camera at the back, according to IndiaToday. The back photo of the Nokia C1 is marked having dual 12 + 16-megapixel rear camera and the front camera is labeled as sporting 5 megapixels. Additionally, the camera set up features two sets of flash: one triple-tone LED and a Xenon flash, with a dedicated camera button on one side with the power button, volume control is on the other side.
The Nokia C1 is said to pack a Snapdragon 830 (unannounced) coupled with 4GB of RAM with an almost bezel-less (edge-to-edge) 5-inch full HD (1920 x1080) display, DigitalTrends reported. The renders of the unit appear the smartphone will have a metal unibody design and the phone reportedly runs on Android 7.1.1 Nougat powered by its 3210mAh battery.
Nokia C1 will employ a USB-C port for data and charging. The image renders indicate there might be a 3.5mm audio jack on board. There are reportedly three storage variants of the Nokia C1: 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB, and reportedly expected to be launched during the first quarter of 2017 with prices starting at $150.
If this renders of the Nokia C1 turns out to be accurate, then we are looking at one sleek phone as seen in the video below.
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